Disco Biscuits Live at Camp Bisco V - Hunter Mt. Ski Area on 2006-08-26
- Disco Biscuits
2: House Dog Party Favor >>> Kelly Watch the Wars (3) -> House Dog Party Favor (4) -> 7-11 (5) >>> House Dog Party Favor (6) -> Voices Insane, Crickets
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|Camera B >|
|Invention No. 13 in A Minor|
|Boom Shanker (1)|
|Chemical Warfare Brigade|
|Gamma Goblins (2)|
|House Dog Party Favor >>>|
|Kelly Watch the Stars (3) ->|
|House Dog Party Favor (4) ->|
|7-11 (5) >>>|
|House Dog Party Favor (6) ->|
(1) Conspirator original; first time played
(2) Ott's "It's Turtles All the Way Down" Mix of Hallucinogen original; with Simon Posford; first time played
(3) Air original; first time played
(4) Ending only
(5) Ending only, completes 8/25/2006 version
(6) Middle only
*** First 50 seconds patched from Ian Stone's Schoeps mk4 source
PLAN C APPROVED
- 2006-09-20 15:54:00
- .wav > WaveLab (24/48>16/44.1) > CDWave > FLAC16(8)
- Hunter, NY
- Run time
- Taped by
- Brad Leblanc
Subject: Kelly Watch The Stars
Subject: UNFORGETTABLE second set
No jams and some of the worst songs just lined up...
I can't stand abraxis, 42 or gamma goblins.
First set: ZERO STARS
SECOND SET: FIVE STARS (from start to finish)
Subject: I love bisco
Subject: sick setlist
Subject: pretty decent
Subject: Solid 4 stars. . .
Subject: second set
four stars for second set up to voices.
Subject: Had to be there?
The second set is much, much improved. The entire House Dog Party Favor sequence is well-executed, and the way in which they flipped the middle and end sequence to better give the set flow just shows how in tune the band is with DJ-like set construction. The shifting tempo in and out of Kelly is very fun, and while the cover isn't all that impressive, it's catchy as hell and gives a very lighthearted tone to the whole thing. The jam into 7-11 is what this set is all about, though. The downtempo breaks out of the outro really kick things off, and suddenly it all kicks into high gear. That jam is completely apart from either song and really shows the progress and fluidity of a band on a mission to make the most interesting music they can. I think the Crickets is basically pointless (too much funk, basically no first jam), but the I-Man and banter is a nice emotional cap to the weekend.
For sound quality, I think the show is good but not great. It's hard to get a bad outdoor Biscuits tape, though, and this is very enjoyable to listen to. I highly recommend you listen to the HDPF sequence to see what this band can do.
Subject: GREAT FUCKIN SHOW!
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